Woodland or Alpine Strawberry

Woodland strawberry ©Luidmila Spot - stock.adobe.com
©Luidmila Spot – stock.adobe.com

Zones: 3 to 10
Light: Part Shade to Sun
Bloom Time: Spring to summer
Height: 6″
Spread: 12″ to 24″

Alpine strawberry is native to North America where it grows on the edges of woody areas allowing it to get a few hours of sun.

These plants are small, easy to grow and produce white flowers followed by small aromatic edible fruit all summer.

Roots are shallow so they need to be kept well mulched.

If propagating from seed, start the seed in flats indoors, progress to pots, then harden off before planting into the garden.

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This post was originally published on June 18, 2020 but was updated with new content on June 18, 2022.